10 spine, neurosurgeons on the move — June 4, 2015


Here are 10 spine surgeons and neurosurgeons that recently joined new practices or were promoted to new positions.

Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis appointed Munish Gupta, MD, chief of spine surgery, a position he'll assume on Sept. 1. Dr. Gupta is currently the vice chair of the department of orthopedic surgery and chief of orthopedic spine surgery and co-director of the spine center at the University of California, Davis.


Washington, D.C.-based George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences, GW Hospital and The GW Medical Faculty Associates appointed Raj Rao, MD, the department of orthopedic surgery chair. He currently serves as the vice chairman of the department of orthopedic surgery at Medical College of Wisconsin.


The B.A.C.K. Center founder Richard Hynes, MD, and his colleagues at the practice joined First Choice Health Solutions in Florida. He will serve as medical director.


Texas Children's Hospital in Houston named John Dormans, MD, the new chief of orthopedics. He previously served as chief of orthopedic surgery at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and president of the medical staff and president of Children's Surgical Associates.


Mount Sinai Health System and Mount Sinai Hospital named Andrew Hecht, MD, chief of spine surgery. He will continue as director of the Mount Sinai Spine Center of Mount Sinai Doctors director.


Spine specialist Kerry Bernardo, MD, joined Southern Bone and Joint Specialists in Hattiesburg, Miss.


Canonsburg Hospital, part of Allegheny Health Network, welcomed neurosurgeon Nestor Tomycz, MD, to the medical staff. He has a special interest in deep brain stimulation, chronic pain, brain and spine trauma and epilepsy.


Tampa, Fla.-based Laser Spine Institute welcomed Reginald Davis, MD, to the physician group. Dr. Davis will serve patients at all seven Laser Spine Institute locations across the United States.


Orthopedic spine surgeon David L. Scott, MD, joined the Bonati Spine Institute's team of surgeons.


The University of Rochester Medical Center named Paul T. Rubery, MD, chief of the division of spine surgery.


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